A 59-year-old disabled woman is on the brink of homelessness after an eviction, but her attorney says it never should have happened.
The timing couldn’t have been better for a family from north suburban Geneva when they hit the jackpot after finding some old Lotto tickets stuffed in a cookie jar.
They were chasing the American dream. One Chicago couple moved into a house and started making changes. Trouble is, it belonged to someone else.
Move or get evicted. That’s the choice for dozens of residents in a West Side building.
A suburban cancer patient, at the end of her life, is about to lose her home.
A Waukegan man has landed in jail after turning a routine eviction into a tense police standoff.
CBS 2’s Mike Parker first reported on the plight of Mary Alice Keeler in September, and now there are signs that authorities may be about to make their move to force her out of her house.
Sharon Bialek, the north suburban woman who publicly accused Herman Cain of sexual harassment, leading to the end of his presidential campaign, appeared in court Friday morning for a hearing on her landlord’s attempt to kick her out of her townhome.
The landlord of a north suburban woman accusing GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain of sexual harassment is trying to evict her from her townhome, saying she owes $7,500 in back rent.
A small town is supposed to be where people care most. But the downstate village of Marsailles evicted a 65-year-old man from his lifelong home because he did didn’t pay a $6,000 sewer bill.
An Addison mother and three sons are being evicted from their home, and some activists are trying to prevent it.
There was a knock on their door, a quick inspection and then they were told to get out in 72 hours.
It appears new ownership may be stepping up to the plate to take over the Schaumburg Flyers baseball team, but there will not be any minor league games in Schaumburg this season.
A Cabrini-Green resident accused of harboring drug dealers cannot be evicted because an official forgot to check a box on her lease agreement, a Cook County judge has ruled.
Deb Clark was facing eviction and homelessness, but some admiring children and parents organized a benefit.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart announced Tuesday that he is suspending evictions stemming from foreclosures filed by banks that admitted to “questionable and illegal practices.”